Style & Design

Our Favorite Tiled Bars

Whether for cocktails or coffee, there’s just something festive and indulgent about having a bar area in your home. Bars are also great places to feature bold and eye-catching tiled accents, and are especially functional on wet bars. In this post, we’re sharing some of our favorite bars to toast to!

This coffee-to-cocktail bar from the 2019 Fall One Room Challenge™ is a sight to behold! Nicole from Nicole White Designs opted for a bold, art deco tile and it paid off in a big, statement-making way.

This classic, simple bar can be dressed up or down for whatever purpose you want it to serve.

marble with tile frame wet bar
Featured: Firenze Carrara Honed and Firenze Carrara Honed Barnes

This welcoming rustic bar is the perfect place for a hot cup of coffee.

rustic travertine tile wet bar
Featured: Brushed Copper Athens Mosaic, Durango Tumbled, Jinshan Bone Durango Honed Barnes and Jinshan Bone Durango Honed Somerset

A crisp white backsplash is the perfect contrast to bold cabinetry.

white subway tile wet bar
Featured: Imperial Bianco Gloss

A mirrored bar ups the glamour factor—perfect for entertaining and hosting!

mirror tile wet bar
Featured: Antique Mirror Bevel Amalfi. Customer submission.

A tiled bar is the perfect place to take a risk. Adding bold hues or patterns is one easy way to make your bar stand out. It’s meant to be a fun spot, right?

Featured: Ink Azulejo Artistico Navy Blue. Design by Form 180. Photography by Collin Baker.

Shiplap walls, sea-green cabinets and a mosaic in a mix of soft neutrals combine to form a relaxed, beachy bar.

chevron tile bar
Featured: Alato Beachwalk Chevron Mosaic. Design by Mohindroo Interiors.

Want to achieve glamour without going too bold or dramatic? This gold mosaic adds just the perfect amount of glitter to make it special.

gold and marble mosaic tile bar
Featured: Skyline with Gold Mosaic. Design by G | S Construction Design.

This Annie Selke tile featuring flecks of metallic gold create a soothing visual break from dark shelves and cabinets.

Annie Selke metallic tile bar
Featured: Annie Selke Goldleaf Speckle. Design by Taylor Design Studio.

What to do with this in-between-rooms nook? Make it into a functional and beautiful bar, of course!

marble mosaic tile bar
Featured: Hampton Large Herringbone Mosaic. Design by Timber Trails DC. Photography by Stoffer Photography Interiors.

Reclaimed wood tiles are the perfect backdrop to this natural wood bar in a cozy basement.

reclaimed wood bar tile
Featured: Reclaimed Wood Architectural. Customer submission.

On that note, we’re feeling a little thirsty. Don’t forget to share your Tile Shop tiled bar on our social media channels with #thetileshop. Ready to start your own project? Get started with a remote design consultation today!

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